In three weeks time, William and Kate will reach an important milestone as they celebrate 10 years since saying “I do.”
Given the ongoing pandemic, the couple are unlikely to mark their anniversary with a public outing but could acknowledge the special date with fans on social media.
The Cambridges are keen Instagram and Twitter users and often post updates from their Kensington Royal accounts.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, they have relied on social media more than ever to reach out to followers and keep people up to date about their ongoing royal work.
Kate Middleton and William: How will they celebrate 10th wedding anniversary?
Kate Middleton and William married at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011
Given that Kate and William have recently celebrated milestones such as Easter and Mother’s Day on social media it seems highly likely they will do the same to mark their anniversary on April 29.
The couple could post a series of throwback photos from their wedding day and perhaps throw in a new picture of them together to celebrate 10 years of marriage.
Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie discussed how the Cambridges might celebrate in a recent episode of the show.
Ms Fiorito told listeners: “It definitely made me so curious how they are going to honour 10 years of marriage.”
Kate Middleton and William could mark their anniversary with a social media post
She added: “That’s coming up and it’s quite an occasion to celebrate.
“We could see an outpouring on social media.
“They don’t typically do that for anniversaries.”
William and Kate recently retraced the steps they took on their royal wedding day during a visit to a pop-up vaccine centre at Westminster Abbey.
The face to face engagement coincided with the anniversary of the first national lockdown coming into effect in England and struck a poignant note.
At the time, Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah tweeted: “It was William and Kate’s first time back in @wabbey since the Commonwealth Day service a year ago.”
The tweet added: “Their private moment of reflection at the shrine of St Edward the Confessor is where they signed the register at their wedding almost 10 years ago #nationaldayofreflection.”
Kate Middleton and William are expected to celebrate their 10 year anniversary at home with their children
As well as acknowledging their anniversary on social media there is speculation the Queen could grant Kate a new title as a nod to her burgeoning role within the Royal Family.
Earlier this year, royal expert Duncan Larcombe told OK! Magazine: “It’s highly likely she’ll be planning a special secret something to honour Kate’s 10 years in the royal family—something she can do to mark it.”
He added: “Kate and the Queen have a fantastic relationship.
“Kate strikes that balance between bowing to her as head of the royal family in public but being able to check in with her as the great-grandmother to her children.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK